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crime vocabulary listening

Posted by marisadedios on January 30, 2008

How about listening to this podcast about crime? Do you dare to write the tapescript?

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12 Responses to “crime vocabulary listening”

  1. gloria said

    I did it and I found the key on the web ielpod.com, I have failed four or five words but I listened twice. Very interesting listening exercise because they explain you all the new crime vocabulary

  2. Santiago said

    After listening to the podcast, these are the new expresions and words I have learnt:
    to be on the lam: to be hiding from the police
    to be on the run: to be trying to avoid being caught, especially by the police
    to bolt: to leave the police quickly = to escape = to run away
    to confiscate: to take something from another person usually to hold it for some time as a punishment
    disguise: some sort of costume, some sort of make up or things that you put on your face or that you wear so you look like another person
    to disguise yourself: verb
    stowaway: a person who rise without paying on a plane, a train or a boat without been seen
    to keep out of the side: to remain unseeing
    to be hole up: to stay hidden in a small place for a certain period of time
    carge section: is where a ship, or a train or a plane has big packages
    inkling: when you think that something is true or likely to happen, although you are not certain
    to assume a new identity: to get a new name and begin to live and act like another person
    to go underground: to hide from the police, to live in a place where everything is unofficial
    black market: an illegal trade in goods or money

  3. Santiago said

    more about podcast:

    forged: something that is faulsefied = counterfait
    to forge: verb. to make something faulse
    to nab: to arrest someone, to catch someone and put it in fail

  4. Santiago said

    more about podcast:

    forged: something that is faulsefied = counterfait
    to forge: verb. to make something faulse
    to nab: to arrest someone, to catch someone and put it in jail

  5. eoimarisa said

    Did you do like Gloria and check with the tapescript?

  6. Santiago said

    I didn’t; I listened the podcast and wrote down helped for a dictionary.

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